Ukrainian Judoka Bilodyd “calls for donations with flag-inspired clothing.” | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Ukrainian Judoka Bilodyd “calls for donations with flag-inspired clothing.”

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Bilodide, who has been posting earnest messages day after day.

Ukraine’s Daria Bilodid, bronze medalist in the women’s 48-kilogram judo category at the Tokyo Olympics, called for support for her country on Instagram.

Bilodid, now 21, won the 2018 World Championships at the age of 17, breaking the record for the youngest competitor to win the event, and then went on to win the following year’s World Championships to win it again. Her nickname is “Anaconda” because of her long arms and legs. She never misses her prey. She was also a candidate for the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, but ended up with the bronze medal.

On the other hand, her beauty is also attracting worldwide attention. She boasts excellent proportions due to her long arms and legs, which are her weapons, and her height, and in the past she has even been invited by a modeling agency. She has 511,000 followers on Instagram, where she shows her private outfits and other photos. She has many fans in Japan as well, and when she shows her private outfits or swimsuits, she gets tens of thousands of “likes”. The influencers are also known for their ability to attract

Then tragedy struck in Ukraine, where she lives. The Russian invasion had begun. Bilodeau used her position as an influencer to appeal to the world about the situation in Ukraine, and even called for donations. It was as if it was her duty as an influencer and as an athlete representing the world. ……

She also posted a call for donations in Japanese to the Japanese people. This is because she has many fans in Japan. Many people must have been moved by her appeal for support for her country. However, her fans were also concerned about her safety. Bilodead has taken refuge in Spain from Ukraine, where the fighting has intensified, and is now staying with a judoka in Spain.

And now she has once again appealed for donations. Dressed in a yellow sweatshirt, Bilodid used the Stories feature on Instagram to introduce a website that supports Ukrainian volunteers.

Despite these painful feelings, Bilodide is still working for his country as an influencer. That is why we hope he will win a gold medal at the next Paris Olympics. I hope that by that time, world peace will have been achieved.

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